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Crafts Center exhibitions include creative works from students, local artists and crafts guild members.

Exhibitions are on display throughout the year at the Crafts Center’s R. A. Bryan Foundation, Inc. Gallery and in the Street Gallery Windows. The windows usually display instructor examples for upcoming classes, craft guild exhibitions and works by Crafts Center artists and craftspeople.

Gallery exhibitions are supported by NC State University Foundation.

Exhibitions are open for viewing during normal Crafts Center hours as listed on our Calendar page.

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In the R. A. Bryan, Inc. Gallery

Spring 2022

Davis Choun: Pattern Assemblage

Exhibition: February 15 – April 9, 2022

Raleigh-based artist, Davis Choun, is a process oriented artist who works with many different discarded or everyday materials, most notably, clothespins. After taking apart the clothespins, the wood pieces are then burned, dyed, and/or stained. Using those pieces, he composes a pattern to affix to the panel, allowing the clothespins to interact and layer on one another.

Davis was born and raised in Rutherford County in western North Carolina and graduated from the School of Design at NC State in 2015. His work has been supported by various galleries around North Carolina, including Artspace in
downtown Raleigh, where he was awarded an Emerging Artist Residency in 2017 and where he currently works out of his studio.

The work you will seein this exhibition is born out of an attraction to benign or discarded materials and a process of manipulations. The work relies on improvisation and continuity.

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